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January 2016 - Volume 12 - Issue 7

"We're very focused on helping our clients, which include community hospitals, multi-hospital systems, and academic medical centers, deal with their challenges – especially Value Based Purchasing, Bundled Payments and managing Population Health,"

Since opening his first urologic practice in 2005, Dr. Michael Zahalsky has grown his business to include locations in Coral Springs and Fort Lauderdale, with a third office set to open in Pompano Beach in early 2016. 

Growing up in Miami, Michael Zinner, M.D. wanted to be a biomedical engineer, influenced somewhat by the hit 1970’s TV show, “The Six Million Dollar Man,” starring Lee Majors.

After spending 41 years at Memorial Healthcare System, including the last 28 years as its president and CEO, Frank V. Sacco will be saying goodbye at the end of February. 

Probably like many other households, 2015 was a year of ecstatic highs and not so great lows. But the good thing is I’ve found it far easier to remember the good than the bad and 2016 is looking very bright indeed. 

Steven M. Altschuler, M.D., a renowned physician and health care administrator who served as president and chief executive officer (CEO) of The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) and The Children’s Hospital Foundation for the past 15 years, has been named senior vice president of health affairs at the University of Miami

 Happy New Year! 2015 was a successful year for me professionally as I was honored (and elected) to serve as President of South Florida Healthcare Executive Forum (SFHEF). In this role, I had the privilege to work with a dedicated

January 1 was the first day of the New Year. Many events and efforts begin on the first day of the year, including the start of a new insurance claims cycle - which brings with it new deductible and coinsurance/copayment obligations.

The rising costs of health services, as well as concerns for quality and access, have been near the top of our national agenda for decades. Since the Medicare Act of 1965, the Federal Government has developed

The Affordable Care Act is a tricky thing to navigate. Another year brings another list of new requirements and regulations. We are at about the halfway point of implementation and everyone in the health care community continues 

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